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NECROMANIAC # 1

NECROMANIAC # 1
(68 pages, A4, printed, in German)

It took them a little bit longer to get this out than originally planned, but the result is more than worth the wait! NECROMANIAC # 1 is without any doubts one of the best debut issues of a fanzine I've seen in a long time! High glossy paper, pro-printed, with a proper layout, a killer contents and most important of all - the right attitude make this newie an essential must-have release. The writing style is often very humorous (in German!) and the mixture of known and lesser known brutal acts nicely balanced. Next to the usual reviews and the interview with TALES OF THE MACABRE / IRON PEGASUS mainman Costa Stoios, you'll get interesting features on MORTICIAN, NECROPHAGIA, ANGEL CORPSE, CENTURIAN, DISMEMBER, IN AETERNUM, PENTACLE, FERMENTO, CANNIBAL CORPSE, DISGORGE, INFAMY, REGURGITATION, SABBAT, DESASTER, ZEMIAL etc. etc. All in all the contents should pretty much appeal to everyone reading this, so make sure to give these guys your full support. No price mentioned, but I suppose that 6,-DM or 8,-DM will do. You can get in touch at the following address: NECROMANIAC, c/o Thomas Westphal, Auestr. 7, 27616 Kransmoor, Germany

Frank Stöver


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